Attending an outdoor party is always a good time. Whether you’re in your teens and you’re going to Sweet Sixteen parties or Bar Mitzvahs, or you’re attending wedding parties, there is surely fun to be had at these events.
Being a guest to these parties is one thing. Being in charge of setting up these parties, however, can be a nightmare.
There are hundreds of things to be aware of when you’re planning a party of any kind. You have to focus on decorations, food, activities, invitations, seating, beverages, child accommodations, weather, and so much more. If you’re the only one handling everything, you can get overwhelmed quick.
No matter what kind of party you are throwing for your family and friends, you’re going to end up spending a fortune if you’re not careful. There are a few things you can do to ensure you and all your guests have a great time without going completely broke in the process.
It doesn’t matter what kind of party it is, if it’s held at a venue other than your own, the entire price for the night is going to skyrocket. Having a party in a fancy venue will surely be the most expensive item on your list, and you might still end up paying for party tent rentals on top of it.
Removing the most expensive item — the venue — from your party budget will free up more cash for other important items.
Rent Tent Accessories and Furniture
You don’t want to spend a fortune on fancy party venues, but there is a pretty good chance you don’t have too many tents, tent accessories, and furniture laying around your property. Luckily, you can rent these items and have them set up for you for one night of excitement. It’s recommended to rent all your tent accessories and furniture from the same company to save money and time during the setup.
BYOB, BYOF, and BYOEverything Else
Encouraging your guests to bring their own beverages, food and any other important items should absolutely be done if your party budget isn’t enough to provide all of that yourself. Hopefully, your guest list includes friends and family you actually like, which means they shouldn’t mind lending a helping hand for a special event. They know that it costs a ridiculous amount of money to host and serve food and drinks all day and night. Save a few bucks and tell your guests to bring their own dish to pass or wine to uncork.
And if you’re planning a party in the New Jersey area, contact In-Tents Party Rentals today for all your help with backyard party rentals.